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5 ways to use tea tree oil as a mosquito repellent:

Mosquitoes can be a real nuisance, leaving itchy bites and buzzing around your ears. Tea tree oil is a natural way to help repel mosquitoes without using harsh chemicals. Here are 5 effective ways to use tea tree oil to repel mosquitoes:

Tea Tree Oil Candles One of the easiest ways to use tea tree oil is in candles. The smell of tea tree oil is disliked by mosquitoes but enjoyable for humans. Light tea tree scented candles on your patio, by your windows, or anywhere you want to enjoy the outdoors without mosquitoes. The aroma from the candle will help keep mosquitoes at bay. For best results, choose 100% pure tea tree oil candles.

Topical Tea Tree Oil Applying diluted tea tree oil directly to your skin is an effective repellent against mosquitoes. Mix 5-10 drops of tea tree oil with 1 tablespoon of a carrier oil like coconut or jojoba oil. Apply this diluted oil to any exposed skin. You can also rub it on your clothing. The smell deters mosquitoes from landing on you. Reapply every few hours for ongoing protection.

Tea Tree Oil Spray Make your own natural bug spray using tea tree oil. Simply fill a spray bottle with 2 ounces of water and 10-15 drops of tea tree oil. Shake well and spray over exposed skin and clothing before going outside. Reapply every 1-2 hours to maintain the repellent effects. The strong scent of tea tree oil will discourage mosquitoes from getting too close.

Diffusers Tea tree oil diffusers allow the aroma of the oil to permeate a space. The smell keeps mosquitoes away while allowing you to enjoy the fresh, herbal scent. Add 5-10 drops of tea tree oil to diffuser with water and turn on in any room you want to be mosquito-free. Position near open doors or windows to deter the bugs from coming inside.

Tea Tree Oil Torches Outdoor torch lamps infused with tea tree oil offer another great option for repelling mosquitoes from patios, decks, or other outdoor living spaces. The heat from the torch helps disperse the aroma across a wider area. Position several tea tree oil torches around your yard to create a zone of protection from mosquitoes so you can relax outside more comfortably.

With its clean, invigorating fragrance and natural repellent powers, tea tree oil is a safe, effective way to help keep pesky mosquitoes away. It’s easy to use in various methods from sprays to candles to torches. Tea tree oil lets you enjoy the outdoors mosquito-free without using harsh chemicals on your skin. Give one or more of these methods a try the next time mosquitoes are buzzing around and you want to naturally encourage them to buzz off!


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